Siemens implemented mandatory reverse parking: The next step is 12 hour workdays

Siemens Gamesa is currently testing 12-hour workdays at the company's blade factory in Aalborg, Denmark. 

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Siemens Gamesa is considering transforming working days for up to 1,700 employees at the company's blade factory in Aalborg.

Instead of a 37-hour work week divided across five days, over a two-month period, the German-Spanish industry giant has been testing 12-hour work shifts three days in a row over a two-month period. This is then followed by three days off, and a further three 12-hour workdays in a row, before six consecutive days off and the cycle resets.

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